Netflix is insanely popular, with up to 40% of U.S. bandwidth being sucked up by it most evenings. But is it curbing piracy, too?
Hulu Plus has long been available on the PlayStation 3 as well as on the iPhone and iPad, but now it's finally coming to the Xbox tomorrow. And everyone gets to try it out for a week for free.
In what could possibly be the best news ever for Netflix, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space 9 will start streaming in all their glorious glory later this year. In other reasonably good news, so will TOS, Voyager, and Enterprise.
Good news, people who like watching streaming movies rather than renting DVDs! Indie powerhouse Miramax is currently in talks to bring its entire 700-film library to a number of streaming services.
You've got plenty of ways to stream movies these days. Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, and so on. But hey, why not Facebook too?
Are you an Amazon Prime customer, spending $79 a year for free expedited shipping on every order? Well, if so, you're now getting a lot more than shipping; Amazon's also giving you over 5,000 movies and TV shows to stream for no additional cost.
Hulu Plus hasn't offered much that makes its $5 per month fee seem worth it; mostly network TV shows, and you still have to sit through ads. But now? The Criterion Collection is bringing over 800 classic films to the service.
Netflix is doing good business with its unlimited streaming service, but Amazon is hoping to get in on that action itself. Rumor has it, they're prepping a competing service for Prime members.
Netflix can stream you movies and TV shows in HD, but only if you've got a connection beefy enough to handle all that data. And now Netflix has put out a chart showing just how every major ISP in the country fares when streaming their video.
At the moment, the longest video you can upload to YouTube is a mere 15 minutes. But that's not going to be the case for long, at least as long as you follow the rules.